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A sound mix mess spoils the party in a cacophony of screech and bellow and a crowded choreography of stomp and swing in Little Triangle's production of The Wild Party.

Created: 19 November 2018
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The third in the trilogy that began with Brighton Beach Memoirs and continued with Biloxi Blues, Broadway Bound is the conclusion story of Simon's pre-adulthood and of the seismic shift that simultaneously occurred between three...

Created: 17 November 2018
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What astounds here is not only the enormous risk involved in producing a brand-new piece of writing but that everything about this production looks and feels as slick as one might expect from a far more seasoned company.

Created: 05 November 2018
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An impressive towering book book case, filled with well thumbed volumes, is the central feature of Emma Vine's remarkable set for National Theatre of Parramatta's world premier production of Jesus Wants Me for a Sunbeam.

Created: 23 October 2018
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Another feather in the cap for playwright, Nick Coyle, The Feather In The Web flaps, floats and flies around the turbulent and treacherous cross currents of obsession and unrequited love.

Created: 15 October 2018
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Suddenly Last Summer is a study of the extraordinary lengths some will go to in order to shut down truth and is layered with graphic brutal allegory.

Created: 14 October 2018
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Over the past decade, the Sydney based theatre company, subtlenuance, has been an indispensable and vibrant part of the independent theatre landscape, dedicated solely to the creation of new work.

Created: 13 October 2018
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After entertaining guests and media with an irreverent look back at the journey to find her, Director Simon Philips gave way to the young woman taking on the role of iconic outsider Muriel Heslop in the upcoming Melbourne and Sydney seasons of Muriel’s Wedding The Musical – and she’s anything but...

Created: 11 October 2018
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Beautifully written, hilariously funny and performed with raw honesty and impeccable timing, the joy of The Architect is that excruciatingly tough questions feel answered with logic and compassion.

Created: 07 October 2018
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Caleb Lewis' play, Maggie Stone, is about life as a transaction with its ledgers of debts and dividends, deposits and withdrawals, and the sadly defecit balance sheet of common decency in capitalist society.

Created: 06 October 2018
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